San Vito Lo Capo

Shores with extra-fine, white sand, crystal water, a sea of iridescent colours, the a harmony of colourful, jasmine-smelling plants: this is San Vito Lo Capo! The sincere hospitality of its inhabitants, the welcomeness, the local cousin which as made cous-cous a typical dish for which every year is dedicated an inter-national gastronomic manifestation: “couscous fest”.

The town has short,white houses and even thought it has undergone a reasonable development in construction over the years, it has been able to maintain its typical aspect of a fisherman’s village. Just 38 kilometres from Trapani and about 100 from Palermo, San Vito Lo Capo is located on the bay of Shallow and serene waters in the Zingaro Natural Riserve.

San Vito Lo Capo, defined Pearl of the coast,is not the only wonder to be found in this uncontaminated stretch of Sicily’s western coast. Makari ( a small town 3 km away) offers ane of the most breathtaking sunset in the world. Between the Gulf of Cofano and Castelluzzo, rich in numerous cavities and pebbles, the shore helps make the scenery charming to whoever chooses to live in San Vito Lo Capo.